6 Methods of Teaching Environmental Education
3. Outside study,
4. Imitation and play,
5. Picnic here and there, and
6. Exhibition of some important aspects of environment.
(1) Discussion in the classroom:
Some environmental problem is fully discussed.
(2) Small group projects:
The students of the class are classified in small groups and some project is given to each group and students of each group work accordingly.
(3) Outside study:
Some aims are prefixed for this. Accordingly environment pertaining to some river, lake or forest is studied.
(4) Imitation and play:
In this, attempts are made to develop an interest for preservation of environments.
(5) Picnic here and there:
Some project is made for visiting some hospital, court, jail or some factory. In this method the students acquire knowledge of the surrounding environment and present a description of the related problems.
(6) Exhibition of some important elements of the environment:
In this method, the related elements become very interesting and the students acquire some importance information about the environment concerned.